Sunnyside Cup To Open 2nd Location On Signal Mountain Road

Wednesday, August 12, 2020

This fall, Sunnyside Cup is opening its second drive thru location on 617 Signal Mountain Road (in between the Walmart and the Krystal).

Sunnyside Cup offers quick, convenient, drive-thru coffee to go. Sunnyside Cup on Signal Mountain Road will serve hot or iced espresso drinks, fresh brewed coffee and cold brew, and select Niedlov’s pastries.

Hours of operation are Monday through Friday, 6 a.m.-3 p.m. and Saturday, from 7:30 a.m.-2 p.m.

Specialties include Coconut Dirty Iced Chai Tea Latte, local Goodman Coffee Roasters fresh brew, and lattes sweetened with Monin Natural Syrups. Sunnyside Cup serves a delicious bacon or veggie quiche in addition to muffins, scones, and cookies; baked biweekly by Niedlov’s Breadworks.

Sunnyside Cup is owned and operated by Melody Kobernik, and is staffed with the “friendliest baristas in town”. Ms. Kobernik opened Sunnyside Cup at 3008 Broad Street in 2015 with her sister Charity Martin.

Sunnyside Cup at Broad Street has been a mainstay south of downtown and is excited to expand into Chattanooga’s Signal Mountain community. Sunnyside Cup prides itself on knowing its customers and keeping business local and loyal.

Weekly specials include:
? Two PUNCH Tuesday- Earn one punch plus your sticker on your loyalty card for every drink purchased
? T-shirt Thursday- Show your SSC pride by wearing your SSC t-shirt or sweatshirt for a 20% drink discount.
? $4 Frittata Friday

Ms. Kobernik said, "Chattanooga has been so supportive in our growth and success. We have been encouraged by the overwhelming amount of community support that has been offered to us in establishing Sunnyside Cup on Broad Street. We are beyond excited to extend our operation to Signal Mountain Road.”  

Follow Sunnyside Cup on Twitter @sunnysidecup, Facebook @sunnysidecupchattanooga and Instagram @sunnysidecup.


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